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    The thing about using something like a "Password Checkup extension", you are allowing that extension access to all your passwords. If ever that app is compromised (or "leaks" data), your passwords will be compromised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly
    best password security ever: AntISaKuntAndIhateHIM

    password to be used for all Ants fans to secure their troll accounts
    It's a bit too long for them since they struggle with even multisyllabic words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Thinking back to when Topper's Admin account on Subzero was hacked.

    Though I think he posted it on some vBulletin site or something and left it there.


    And to a much, much lesser extent, when squirrel (?) hacked PB or Momo's photobucket account.
    The funniest 'hack' was Smeg managing to ban himself from his own forum and having to engage help desk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    The thing about using something like a "Password Checkup extension", you are allowing that extension access to all your passwords. If ever that app is compromised (or "leaks" data), your passwords will be compromised.
    Yeah, upon adding the Extension is says that it can see and change your data.

    Added it, tested a few site, removed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    The funniest 'hack' was Smeg managing to ban himself from his own forum and having to engage help desk.

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    If anyone wants to know snubs password

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    The funniest 'hack' was Smeg managing to ban himself from his own forum and having to engage help desk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    It's a bit too long for them since they struggle with even multisyllabic words.



    The funniest 'hack' was Smeg managing to ban himself from his own forum and having to engage help desk.

    and still blaming you for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    The thing about using something like a "Password Checkup extension", you are allowing that extension access to all your passwords. If ever that app is compromised (or "leaks" data), your passwords will be compromised.
    true. but...

    1. it will soon come built in to future versions of chrome, so anyone who uses chrome and saves passwords will be essentially using this extension.

    2. i don't let chrome save passwords for banking sites...mainly just sites like TD....i do use it for email, which is almost certainly a mistake.

    i've been meaning to get a password manager for a while now.

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    I don't use a password manager and I don't let browsers save my passwords. Both are potential risks, IMO. I'd rather remember myself. The only risk I have is forgetting my password.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly
    and still blaming you for it
    Of course, habit of a lifetime, he has spent his entire life blaming others for his own foibles and follies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I don't use a password manager and I don't let browsers save my passwords.
    Yes in all honesty you are better saving them to a notepad or word doc and giving the list a nondescript name. Or just write them on a slip of paper even. Even better to use a site like this to generate a random password...

    Strong Random Password Generator

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    I use my username and add 1234 afterwards.

    Fool proof.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    One of the hacks I personally enjoyed was when one of the subzero mods hacked momo's account on ajarn and discovered "intimate" conversations between momo and bangkok phil.

    I think of a phrase that's easy for me to remember like "Noyes sucks Lady boy Balls 2night!" and use the first letter of each word in alternating capitals, so the pw would be NsLbB2n!"
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    I have a notebook of all my passwords like a hapless grandmother. I wouldn't recommend it.

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    ^ ^So, you just spent, what, 3 years of hell because of that bloke, and here you are again, throwing caution to the wind.

    Not too smart to be honest.

    Mod!!!!!!! Clean up on aisle stupidity.

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    you could use keepassx if you are prepared for the learning curve - or lastpass if you want the ease of use

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    ^ ^So, you just spent, what, 3 years of hell because of that bloke, and here you are again, throwing caution to the wind.
    It's an example of an easily remembered password, not a suggestion of what the guy actually does.

    And it was more like 7 years of hell.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    I have a notebook of all my passwords like a hapless grandmother. I wouldn't recommend it.
    At some point Mandy, I'd like to talk with you about teaching online and your experiences with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    It's an example of an easily remembered password, not a suggestion of what the guy actually does.
    Yeah. And how did that all work out for you last time?

    Jeezus. Dumb dumb dumb.

    Hope this gets wiped soon.

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    Nig, I do appreciate your concern, it does make me feel good you're looking out for me.

    A person has to be a Thai national, according to the Supreme Court in my case, to claim defamation. Noyes is a fuckwit American.

    There has to be an indisputable connection between the real life persona and the anonymous forum nickname publicly. (a pres

    I'll be out of here before a warrant could be served, which has to be done with the plaintiff residing in Thailand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I don't use a password manager and I don't let browsers save my passwords. Both are potential risks, IMO. I'd rather remember myself. The only risk I have is forgetting my password.

    Simple and sound, Nev - as is your post #26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I use my username and add 1234 afterwards.
    Fool proof.
    we are not all lucky enough to have polish names though


    Wlodzimierz1234

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I use my username and add 1234 afterwards.

    Fool proof.
    I think everyone does, best password ever

    only Harry the retard would use a password manager controlled by a master password

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    Get yer Buttsecs XP anti-hacking password protector fired up.
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    Fcuk!!! All my porn site passwords have been compromised....

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    Groping women when you're old is fine - everyone thinks you're senile

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